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A Nation of Landowners

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It's sometimes said that America is just that. Sturdy, independent ones.
 
Ha!  Isn't now, and never was. Will be, though, after E-Day. Take a look at America's Owner.

Guns Ownership: Over-rated?

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The rate of gun ownership in the US has been high since the get-go, but that hasn't prevented the monstrous, relentless growth of government. What purpose, therefore, do guns serve?
 
Today's ZGBlog explores that question, in To Arm, or Not to Arm?

EOs from the WH

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The difference is minor, but theory has it that we live under a democratic republic rather than a dictatorship. In Executive Disorder, today's Zero Government Blog explores the question.

License

Archists often bleat that with neither God nor Government to constrain man's evil instincts, society would dissolve in mayhem.
 
Today's Zero Government Blog shows, in Dostoyevsky's Lament, why it's just not so. Enjoy!

A Libertarian in the White House?

Improbable, but in any case not for long.
 
The current furore in the Nation's Capital is as nothing at all, compared to the resistance that would be encountered by a victorious LP candidate. See why in today's ZGBlog, President Browne.

Mass Murder

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In his movie "Unforgiven", Clint Eastwood says that to kill a person is to "take away everything a man has, and everything he is ever going to have." It is the worst thing anyone can do, the ultimate violation of someone's right to live his own life.
 
Somehow, I got the impression that that 1994 Rwanda genocide consisted of masses of ordinary people deciding spontaneously to slay their neighbors of a slightly different race.
 
Today's Zero Government Blog, subtitled Slaughters, shows who was really responsible.

Is Star Wars About the Holocaust?

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This Learn Liberty video evaluates a terrifying conspiracy theory.

Overtolerance

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Can there be such a thing as too much tolerance?

Well, not many of us would tolerate someone raping our wife or strangling our children, so the answer has to be "yes." Today's ZGBlog is titled "Living and Letting Live" and suggests the line should be drawn a great deal closer than that.

Free Trade

The new President threatens an import tax on Mexican goods, so interfering with free trade. He may see a real problem, but is picking the wrong fix - as today's ZGBlog details, in Protectionism.

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